Teacher Burnout: How Can We Avoid It?
Larry Ferlazzo with Jenny Edwards, Ph.D.,Wendi Pillars,Timothy Hilton
In education, burnout is fairly typical. Most teachers will have an episode or two at some point in their career.
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May 5, 2018 Classroom Q & A
Jenny Edwards, PhD, has taught at the elementary, middle school, and university levels. Presently, Jenny is teaching doctoral students in the School of Educational Leadership and Change at Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara. Timothy Hilton received his Bachelor’s degree, teaching credential, and Master’s degree from California State University, Long Beach, and has been teaching for ten years in Los Angeles Unified School District. Wendi Pillars, NBCT, has been teaching students with English as a second/foreign language needs in grades K-12, both stateside and overseas, for 21 years. She is the author of Visual Notetaking for Educators: A Teacher’s Guide to Student Creativity.
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